Trust is a terribly fragile thing, and it isn't uncommon for the trust a couple shares to be shattered completely on the way to a divorce. That can often leave one member of a couple wondering, "What is my spouse hiding?"
A lot of American women still tend to rely on their husbands to handle the family finances -- which can put women at a disadvantage if the marriage crumbles.
A couple in Michigan is celebrating their second marriage -- to each other -- now that the wife has finally gotten her first marriage out of the way.
One new book by a divorce attorney is taking social media to task, alleging that online social activity -- especially emotional affairs and other forms of intimate contact initiated online -- is leading to more and more divorces.
Just like weddings, you need to do a little planning if you want a good divorce. You can usually hire a wedding planner to help you get into a marriage -- but there aren't a lot of "divorce planners" out there. That means that you need to take matters in hand and do most of the planning yourself.
When it comes to helping a marriage last, community support is important. If your friends don't like your spouse, you may have trouble sustaining the relationship.
If you think that child marriages only happen in far-off lands, think again. They continue to happen in the United States as well.
If you're like a lot of people, you consider your dog or cat (or any other pet) more like a family member or child than a simple pet.
The new tax regulations are going to significantly change the way that alimony is approached in the future.
After your divorce, you may be happy to think that you do not have to have any relationship with your ex anymore. That's the whole point of splitting up. You want nothing to do with each other.